So happy that American Consequences has reprinted my story, “The Weird and Secretive World of Christmas Tree Salesmen.”
This is one of my favorite articles of all time.
American Consequences is a new magazine edited by the hilarious and insightful PJ O’Rourke, in case you didn’t know.
Many thanks to the Aurora Public Library in Aurora, IN for naming Go Go Gorillas one of its favorite children’s books of 2017!
Pretty thrilled that this young man chose to write his first EVER book report about Go Go Gorillas.
Had a fantastic morning with a HUGE story time group at Barnes & Noble in Clackamas, OR. Thanks to all the dancers, young and old, who braved the rain to party with us!
Had a great time reading to the kindergarten and first grade at Meriwether Lewis Elementary in Portland, OR!
And Skyping in to Bennett Elementary in Cleveland, OH.
Proud to see Go Go Gorillas in the pages of the University of Dayton Magazine.
The fine folks at the Picturebooking Podcast asked me some great questions about going from grownup books to kids books, and how I cannot refer to them as “Adult” novels without people assuming I mean erotica.
The ever wonderful site, GeekDad, asked me to list seven rhyming books that will melt the heart of any rhyme-phobic mom or dad.
Read it Here.
Over at Brightly I was asked to write a piece on a forgotten set of Dr. Seuss books and the fact that they are actually the BEST ones to read out loud to kids!
Read it Here.
Litreactor.com asked me to write about three things I learned about children’s books while writing Go Go Gorillas.
Read it here.